Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda
By Becky Albertalli
- Release Date: 2015-04-07
- Genre: Fiction
Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda Becky Albertalli Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
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Book very gay and possesses the big gay
To be...or not to be....
...”people really are like houses with vast rooms and tiny windows. And maybe it’s a good thing the way we never stop surprising each other.”
Simon is a High School Student. And if that isn’t “bad enough”he’s coming to the realization that it’s time he came out of the closet, in part because of his online friend,Blue. They challenge each other. They support each other. But, have they figured out who each other is?
This is a wonderful book. I’m 61 years old, obviously not Albertalli’s audience. When I was confronted with this issue, my immediate family was not as accepting as Simon’s is. It is so nice to see that, at least in Simon’s case, it was much easier....weeeelll, he is 3 generations removed and one would think this could be seen as a “non issue” these days if kids weren’t so cruel with things they don’t understand. ... oh, and this is one of those “I’ll never see the movie” because the book is so good. Highly recommended 5/5
It’s not your average love story.
RE: A Great Time
By WONKA WILLIE
I couldn’t resist the style for the title, nor could I y’all myself out of writing a review. This book was phenomenal, there is no other word I can use to describe it. I am in no way the type of person to sit and read for hours on end, but I couldn’t pull myself away from this novel. The entire novel, beginning to end in one sitting. I experienced a slew of emotions and was left wondering if I was happy or sad to have finished the book so soon, It was as if I was saying goodbye to close friends once I turned the final page. I absolutely recommend this to anyone and I have no doubt in my mind that I will be revisiting this book many times.
Albertalli nails it.
I found this novel creative, socially relevant, & impossible not to read in one sitting. I was most impressed with author's amount of insight into what it's like to navigate being a gay teenage boy. It brought back many memories for me of my own high school experience, esp. the obstacles that come with being closeted, and the intense emotional ups-and-downs of first love. This story's message is SO IMPORTANT. Regardless of the reader's sexual orientation, this book wills the power to both remind anyone exactly what being 17 was like, and give hope to anyone who is and might be struggling like Simon Spier.
I LOVED THIS BOOK
ITS SO CUUUUTE
By Mr. Pigalicious
Absolutely loved this book can’t wait to read Leah on the Offbeat!!!
To All Homophobes:
This book is amazing and whether you like it or not, there are going to be gay people out there. It’s who we are. It’s not a bad thing, as someone who rated this book 1 Star put it, rather, a good thing. This world needs a little bit more diversity, so we are here just to do that. We know some people believe gay=bad, but that isn’t true.
Now onto the book. The book was absolutely beautiful and amazing, bringing in a quality story and characters so deep I can imagine them sitting next to me. It is a work of art.
This book helped me come out to my family and friends, and I hope it will do the same for you, even if it helps you be more sure and secure in your straightness. The gay community loves all. Literally.
If I could give this a million star I would ! I’m obsessed with the book and movie . I’ve read the book like a dozens times and watched the movie like once but I wanna see it again because of how amazing it is .